Boston American Academy of Religion 1
Paper Presentation in Boston American Academy of Religion
Necessity of Religion from Genetics Point of View
BY Fatemah Tabatanae, Mohammad Babaee, Saadat Bagherigaleh, & Atefeh Katrahmani
Evidence exists which suggests that human feelings and attributes do not originate from the human genome alone. Rather, it is possible that a combination of human and virus genes activated in our ancestors. In this way, we can hypothesize that religions – including Islam which means health- are sent to control the feelings and attributes related to these viral genes in an attempt to let the humanities characteristics grow.